are willing to do. >> i understand that and i'm very some pathetic. however, that said, there were elections and we elected a prime minister. so you either abide by those elections and tried to win -- but understanding completely the tools and the halls of power are dominated by one party, but welcome to the real world. -- that is democracy across the west indies and the emerging markets. i think the implications for investors is to watch that space and be ready to enter that market as it sells off because the economy is in pretty good shape. even though there are claims of economic mismanagement, in reality, it is on the rebound again, it hasime been a trade based on a local discount. when you see that political discount, you step in. it sounds ms. -- it sounds mercenary, don't get me wrong, but you have to be able to take advantage of this dislocation.